NICK HARRISON: That 4-0 win over Chelsea was the worst thing that could have happened for United. Suddenly everyone thought the good old days were back. A defeat at St Mary’s will prove they are most definitely not. 2-1

TOM NORRIS: A lot of pressure has been placed on the shoulders of Rashford and Martial as Solskjaer looks to revive United, and that’s a concern. Southampton needed that win at Brighton to calm any nerves and United are in for a real scrap. 1-1

DAN HEALD: United lack reliable match-winners and are too erratic to pose any kind of threat to the top two this season. Southampton looked much improved at Brighton, but I can see them being edged out here. 1-2


NH: Blades boss Wilder’s weekend was a disaster. He criticised his team’s display against Leicester and then gave up his ticket for Ben Stokes’s Ashes extravaganza at Headingley a day later. Can’t see his luck changing. 4-1

TN: Super Frank has no choice but to give youth a chance and the likes of Abraham and Mount have shown they can cope in the top-flight. The duo both scored last weekend at Norwich and it would be no surprise to see them do it again against the Blades. 3-1

DH: All credit to Tammy Abraham. Criticism of the 21-year-old striker has been unduly harsh and you wouldn’t back against him netting against a Blades side lacking in top-flight pedigree. 3-0


NH: Villa have a great chance of making it two wins out of two. Palace rely too much on Zaha and spot-kicks from Milivojevic. They might get one from the latter but there’s no reason why Villa can’t win. 1-2

TN: Villa fans seemingly like Benteke more than Palace fans, who have seldom seen the best of the big Belgian striker. What price on him returning to haunt his old club by rolling back the years? Regardless, it won’t be high scoring. 1-1

DH: Beating Everton should have instilled some belief among Villa’s squad. But Palace, with former Villa strike duo Benteke and Ayew in their line-up will be smarting from a cup humbling at Colchester and could up their game. 1-1


NH: Playing Fraser as an emergency left wing-back against Manchester City puzzled a lot of people - as has The Cherries form so far this season. Leicester look good with Morrison should fire them to glory. 2-0

TN: Vardy is up and running and now Leicester need Perez and Tielemans to find the back of the net. There is no time like the present and Bournemouth’s backline certainly allow the opposition plenty of chances. The Wilsons could cause issues at the other end. 3-2

DH: A fixture that promises to showcase plenty of attacking football. Leicester seem to have struck a better defensive balance and have conceded just twice so far and can take the honours here. 2-1


NH: Aguero, Aguero, Aguero. Back the brilliant Argentine to bag another City hat-trick in what should be a goalfest. 6-1

TN: I hope for Potter’s sake that he does have a magic wand. Losing 2-0 at home to Southampton is far from the perfect preparation for a visit to the Etihad. If Aguero and Sterling have their shooting boots on then this could get messy. 5-0

DH: How does Graham Potter set his side up here? Like most visiting managers to the Etihad he’ll see this as a damage limitation exercise. We’ve yet to see City hit top gear and this could be the weekend for an attacking masterclass. 5-0


NH: Two teams who need to turn more than a few corners. Newcastle beat an awful Spurs side while Watford’s League Cup win over Coventry might give them hope of snatching something. 2-2

TN: Newcastle win at Spurs as Watford make it three games without picking up so much as a point. All points to an away win doesn’t it? Watford are hard to predict but Bruce will be hammering home the importance of backing up Sunday’s fine win, however ugly. 1-0

DH: The pressure’s on Javi Gracia after Watford’s dismal start. A hard-fought victory at Spurs will have enthused the Geordies, but this could be an attritional battle with no winner. 0-0


NH: There will definitely be goals at The London Stadium with Haller grabbing at least one. Norwich’s defence is very, very poor meaning Pukki will need to keep on scoring to make sure it’s not’s just a season-long stay in the top flight. 3-1

TN: You get the feeling that every game involving Norwich this season will have plenty of goals. Losing Klose to injury is a worry for Norwich’s flimsy backline, but in Pukki et al, they have a potent attack. 3-2

DH: Norwich have shipped eight goals in three games. While their defensive record doesn’t inspire much confidence, they carry enough firepower to hurt teams and could take a point in the capital. 2-2


NH: Liverpool are always good tea-time TV viewing, Burnley will make it difficult and will cause problems for a Reds defence that hasn’t looked as rigid as they were last season. Mane to star. 1-3

TN: Not a trip many teams look forward to and Liverpool will be no different, regardless of their fine form. Barnes is rivalling Salah in the goal stakes, but it will be the latter who is smiling come the end of this one, even if having Adrian between the posts makes life less comfortable. 1-2

DH: There’s more to Burnley than mere defensive steeliness, but that’s exactly what they’ll need to keep the Reds out. This will be tricky for Liverpool, who I expect to wrap up victory late on. 0-2


NH: An early goal for The Toffees is vital otherwise the fans will get on the players’ backs at Goodison. Wolves always play to the final whistle but I expect the Blues - and Sigurdsson - to bounce back. 2-0

TN: That early season optimism at Goodison is in danger of disappearing without trace, so a good result - and performance - against Wolves would be very welcome. Wolves are a tough nut to crack, even after Europa League duty. 1-0

DH: Wolves’ midweek exertions against Torino will be a factor. With home advantage and fresher legs, Everton will get back to winning ways with Richarlison on target. 2-1


NH: Kane’s been wearing Harry Potter’s invisible cloak in his last two games so naturally he’s come out of my fantasy team. And when that happens, as if by magic, their form suddenly returns. Kane will score but Arsenal are Gunner win. 3-2

TN: Both managers look as though they’ve picked a lot of their early season teams out of hat, so it’s hard to gauge what either side will be like at full strength. Kane looks off-form and Arsenal, with the lively Aubameyang leading the line, could take advantage. 2-1

DH: Arsenal did okay in the first half at Anfield, but came unstuck once Luiz reverted to type. Spurs have been poor and the uncertainty surrounding Eriksen’s future certainly hasn’t helped their cause. Gunners to take the derby honours courtesy of an Aubameyang strike. 2-1

SCORES SO FAR: Nick Harrison 24; Tom Norris 18; Dan Heald 18.